Anything you can image, we can design it
Anything you can image, we can design it

Designing Your Dream.
with the perfect stone

Our Process

Step 1

Make an appointment to meet with one of our knowledgeable designers

Note* During the ongoing Covid 19 emergency orders, we are adhering to the recommendations of local public health agency social distancing rules.  We are available via phone, email,  and video conference to help you with your project. 

Step 2

Explore our suppliers inventory full slabs of quartz and natural stone

Step 3

Choose a stone finish and edge



The most common finish for granite countertops is polished. The polished finish makes the surface of the granite countertop glossy and almost mirror-like. With a polished finish, the characteristics of the stone are highlighted. The colors and textures will be more vibrant.

The polished finish it the easiest surface to clean; it is easy to keep countertops with a polished finish looking brand new as well. Additionally, the polished finish seals the pores of the stone to keep water and moisture out of the stone.

Care for polished granite includes both resealing and polishing the stone in addition to keeping it clean.


Honed, also called matte or buffed, finish creates a very smooth surface without any gloss or reflection. To create this finish, the regular polish finishing process ends before the stone is buffed to create a flat finish, which is sometimes called a satin finish. Honed finishes are most popular on floors to prevent people from walking on the slippery surface created by polished stones. This finish can also be used on countertops, but it makes the granite more susceptible to staining.

Since honed granite isn’t as slippery or stain-resistant than polished granite, you might need to reseal it more frequently. However, you won’t need to add polish to the stone.


The leathered finish, also called the brushed finish, is a relatively new finishing style. It is created by taking a honed surface and running diamond-tipped brushes over it to add texture with subtle dimples. Leathered finishes tend to look more sophisticated. Leathered countertops often keep the color of the natural stone, unlike with a honed finish.

When compared to honed granite, leathered granite will be more stain-resistant. This surface finish hides water spots, fingerprints, and smudges.

Edge options


This is the simplest finish and the most popular by far. It’s just straight 90-degree edges all around. Keep in mind though that you’ll never get truly straight and sharp edges – they’ll always be slightly rounded.


A slightly more rounded top edge makes the eased edge more comfortable to lean on while still preserving the clean, modern feel of the square edge.


This is another variation on the square edge where the top edge is cut at a 45-degree angle to slope downward.


The bullnose takes out all the angles and rounds out the sharpness into a soft, semi-circular edge profile. It’s an edge that’s versatile enough to blend in any design.


This edge is a direct response to the spillage drawback of the full bullnose. It keeps the same curving aesthetics on the top, but maintains the bottom edge on a point so that spills would trickle to the floor instead.

Step 4

Our experienced craftsmen come to your home to make a digital template of your project. Our fabricators cut the stone to specifications using sophisticated CNC's and waterjet technologies.

Step 5

Our installers arrive to complete the job.

Relax and enjoy your finished project!

100 % Quality Assurance

Quality is produced not by luck or hope. Quality is a product of consistency. Combining stock and materials with experienced craftsmen utilizing top notch tools and machines. Be assured when you are buying stone counter tops from Granite and Stone Decor/Onofrio’s you are only getting the very  best in quality. Our combined work force gives you 77 years of experience. All of our stone is fabricated using state of the art machinery. We are the only fabricator utilizing water jets and CNC routers to perfectly cut, machine and polish each piece of stone. No other fabricator in the Algoma District utilizes this new, updated technology.

Since our fabrication plant is totally computerized using water cutting technology, lasers, and digital templating, we can guarantee our quality from job to job and consistently from day to day. Equally important is our ability to control costs with these remarkably advanced robot like machines. What does this all mean? It means we do not have to sacrifice quality of product to lower our prices to our. In other words, we can proudly say that there is no other fabricator in Northern Ontario or Northern Michigan who can produce a quality product at a lower price. This is my promise, my guarantee to you our valued customers.

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Note* During the ongoing Covid 19 emergency orders, we are adhering to the recommendations of local public health agency social distancing rules.  We are available via phone, email,  and video conference to help you with your project. 

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